Trainer Jason Servis, who trains Firenze Fire and was looking forward to running in the Jerome Stakes on Monday at Aqueduct — on the Road to the Kentucky Derby. Unfortunately, that race was cancelled due to weather concerns. Going in, Servis said

After a nearly two-month break, the Jason Servis trainee will make his Aqueduct debut.

“He’s being doing OK, so we’ll see what happens,” Servis said. “I’m not looking for anything particular except a good race.”

He’s a big horse, very long stride and very good mover. I always thought the longer the better for him,” Geroux said after winning the Calumet Farm Kentucky Turf Cup for the third time. “Brad did a great job bringing him to the race today in excellent shape and in very good form…. Sometimes he’s been a bit of a disappointment because we’ve always thought he has more in him. Today he was in against some very nice horses, Grade 1-winning horses and graded-stakes horses. And he beat them fairly and squarely.”

Florent Geroux, Rider of the winner Arklow